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									TABLE B-1. U.S. research and development expenditures, by performing sector and source of funds: 1993–2003
                                                                                       Industry                                                                           U&C                                                        Nonprofit
        Performing sector:    Total      Federal                Industry               FFRDCs                                   U&Ca                                     FFRDCs               Other nonprofit institutions           FFRDCsb
                                                                                                                           Other
        Funding sector:       Total      Federal       Total    Federal Industryc       Federal     Total     Federal governmentd Industry U&C               Nonprofit   Federale     Total       Federal    Industry Nonprofit      Federal
    f                  g
Year    Data column:            [1]         [2]         [3]       [4]      [5]            [6]         [7]       [8]             [9]         [10]      [11]     [12]        [13]        [14]         [15]       [16]          [17]      [18]
                                                                                                                        Millions of current dollars
1993                         165,723      16,531     115,435     20,844     94,591       1,965      20,487    12,302          1,557        1,391     3,708    1,530       5,289       5,267        2,843        567          1,857      749
1994                         169,195      16,355     117,392     20,261     97,131       2,202      21,595    12,987          1,622        1,456     3,937    1,594       5,294       5,599        2,911        617          2,071      758
1995                         183,611      16,904     129,830     21,178    108,652       2,273      22,603    13,582          1,750        1,547     4,109    1,616       5,367       5,827        2,847        671          2,308      808
1996                         197,330      16,585     142,371     21,356    121,015       2,297      23,702    14,073          1,860        1,671     4,434    1,665       5,395       6,209        2,906        730          2,574      772
1997                         212,134      16,819     155,409     21,798    133,611       2,130      24,866    14,517          1,921        1,807     4,836    1,785       5,463       6,626        3,014        809          2,804      821
1998                         226,321      17,362     167,102     22,086    145,016       2,078      26,151    15,147          1,970        1,947     5,168    1,919       5,559       7,225        3,281        880          3,064      843
1999                         243,517      17,851     180,682     20,506    160,176       2,039      28,135    16,223          2,095        2,077     5,630    2,110       5,652       8,175        3,761        975          3,440      993
2000                         264,634      17,917     197,548     17,127    180,421       2,000      30,566    17,637          2,238        2,165     6,211    2,316       5,742       9,404        4,447      1,103          3,854    1,465
2001                         274,211      21,048     198,505     16,899    181,606       2,020      33,518    19,654          2,382        2,177     6,778    2,528       6,225      10,702        5,302      1,110          4,290    2,192
2002 preliminary             276,434      23,788     192,379     17,085    175,294       2,235      36,846    22,052          2,548        2,150     7,332    2,764       7,132      11,766        5,910      1,070          4,786    2,288
2003 preliminary             283,795      24,959     193,729     17,314    176,415       2,383      40,262    24,499          2,710        2,123     7,944    2,986       7,421      12,661        6,323      1,077          5,261    2,381
                               [19]        [20]        [21]       [22]       [23]         [24]       [25]      [26]            [27]         [28]      [29]     [30]        [31]       [32]          [33]       [34]           [35]     [36]
                                                                                                                    Millions of constant 1996 dollars
1993                     176,207     17,576   122,738 22,163 100,575           2,089                21,783    13,080          1,655        1,479     3,943    1,627       5,624       5,601        3,023        603          1,975      796
1994                     176,226     17,035   122,271 21,103 101,168           2,294                22,492    13,527          1,689        1,516     4,101    1,660       5,514       5,831        3,032        642          2,157      790
1995                     187,168     17,231   132,345 21,588 110,756           2,317                23,041    13,845          1,784        1,577     4,188    1,647       5,471       5,940        2,902        684          2,353      823
1996                     197,330     16,585   142,371 21,356 121,015           2,297                23,702    14,073          1,860        1,671     4,434    1,665       5,395       6,209        2,906        730          2,574      772
1997                     208,076     16,497   152,436 21,381 131,055           2,089                24,391    14,239          1,885        1,773     4,744    1,751       5,358       6,500        2,956        793          2,750      805
1998                     219,303     16,824   161,921 21,401 140,519           2,014                25,340    14,677          1,909        1,886     5,008    1,860       5,387       7,001        3,179        853          2,969      817
1999                     232,697     17,058   172,653 19,594 153,059           1,948                26,885    15,503          2,002        1,985     5,380    2,016       5,401       7,812        3,594        932          3,287      949
2000                     247,578     16,763   184,816 16,023 168,793           1,871                28,596    16,500          2,094        2,025     5,811    2,166       5,372       8,798        4,161      1,032          3,606    1,371
2001                     250,614     19,237   181,423 15,445 165,978           1,847                30,634    17,963          2,177        1,989     6,195    2,310       5,690       9,781        4,846      1,015          3,921    2,003
2002 preliminary         249,903     21,505   173,915 15,445 158,470           2,021                33,310    19,935          2,304        1,943     6,628    2,499       6,447      10,637        5,343        967          4,326    2,069
2003 preliminary         253,161     22,264   172,817 15,445 157,372           2,126                35,916    21,854          2,417        1,894     7,087    2,664       6,620      11,294        5,641        961          4,693    2,124
FFRDC federally funded research and development center; U&C universities and colleges
a
 Adjustments have been made to university research and development (R&D) for 1998 and later years to eliminate double counting of funds passed through from one academic institution to another. Data for 1998 and later
years are not directly comparable with data for 1997 and earlier years. For fiscal year (FY) 1998, $479 million in passed-through funds were reported. For FY 2003, $990 million in passed-through funds are estimated.
b
  Beginning in 2001, data for nonprofit FFRDCs are reported by FFRDCs. In prior years, data were collected from Federal agencies supporting FFRDCs.
c
  Industry sources of industry R&D expenditures include all non-Federal sources of industry R&D expenditures.
d
  Because of limitations in survey information, data on other government funding to other performers are not available and are consequently included in other sectors' support for their own R&D performance, e.g., other
 government support to nonprofits is included in nonprofit support for their own R&D.
e
  Includes all R&D expenditures of FFRDCs administered by academic institutions.
f
 Expenditure levels for academic and Federal Government performers are calendar-year approximations based on FY data. For Federal Government expenditures, approximation is equal to 75 percent of amount reported
in same FY plus 25 percent of amount reported in subsequent FY. For academic expenditures, respective percentages are 50 and 50, because those FYs generally begin on July 1 instead of October 1.
g
 See historical database, table D, which is available in online version of this report at http://www.nsf.gov/sbe/srs/nprdr/start.htm, for full series of historical data arranged in same data columns defined in this and other tables.
NOTE: Technical notes explaining methodological issues of measurement will be provided in National Science Foundation, The Methodology Underlying the Measurement of R&D Expenditures: 2003 (Arlington, VA, forthcoming).
Data are based on annual reports by performers except for nonprofit sector. For trend comparisons, use only historical data reported here. Do not use data published earlier.
SOURCES: Data were derived from National Science Foundation, Division of Science Resources Statistics (NSF/SRS), Research and Development in Industry 2001 (Arlington, VA, forthcoming); NSF/SRS, Academic
Research and Development Expenditures: Fiscal Year 2001 (Arlington, VA, 2003); NSF/SRS, Federal Funds for Research and Development: Fiscal Years 2001, 2002, and 2003 (Arlington, VA, forthcoming); and
NSF/SRS, Survey of Research and Development Funding and Performance by Nonprofit Organizations: FY 1996–97.

								
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